Fast-er food January

by Lauren Mote

Japanese Noodle:

It’s not everyday you can have a satisfying and flavourful lunch for under $10 a person, let alone being treated by Chef David Hawksworth to this vary cheap and cheerful afternoon.

I suspect the Japanese Noodle (located on the north-west corner of Yukon and Broadway) is the place to be in the neighbourhood during a sunny lunchtime – we had just beat the rush, and within 30 minutes the line up was out the door. Starving people on time constraints really have no choice but to hover over your table and stare at you and your noodles.

After a plate of beautifully juicy gyoza, pork and vegetable ramen bowls, and katsudon (popular rice dish), three diners were only charged $25. Insanity.

This is fast-er “cheaper” food.

The Japanese Noodle

401 Broadway West

Vancouver, BC V5Y 1R4

(604) 873-3277

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About Lauren Mote

Lauren has been an intricate part of the food industry for many years. Whether it’s behind the bar, in the kitchen, tasting and learning about wine, or sitting with her laptop writing food stories and reviews at the local coffee house, it was clear at an early age that Lauren’s professional and personal life would be completely consumed by the joy and passion of edibles.
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